Lena Svensson has been offered a new and exiting job in Stockholm that she can't say no to. But her husband, Gustav, has no plan of what so ever to move from his quiet little town of ... See full summary »
Lena Svensson has been offered a new and exiting job in Stockholm that she can't say no to. But her husband, Gustav, has no plan of what so ever to move from his quiet little town of Vivalla, and especially his job as a very proud postman. After Lena started to commute between Stockholm and Vivalla, he decides to sell the house and give Stockholm a chance. He starts of with a job as a postman in one of Stockholm's worst districts, but after a mistake on a conference, Gustav seems to do quite a success at his new job, while Lena is struggling with annoying colleagues and a demanding boss. Written by
Lena's mother and father are called Marianne and Arthur in this film, while they in episode "Ju mer vi är tillsammans (1994)", episode 1.7 from 11/18/1994 of the TV series, are called Dagmar and Einar. See more »
I'm embarrassed to confess that I saw this movie, well most of it in any case. The script is so terrible that the screenwriters should be banned from ever writing for TV or movies ever again. And we all know why Svensk Filmindustri ever produced the movie in the first place - to earn money on the reputation of the TV show. And it's obvious why the TV show got cancelled after only two seasons: bad writing.
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